Watch The New Rimac Nevera Absolutely Destroy The Ferrari SF90 Stradale On A Drag Strip!

Saying that the Nevera obliterated and ripped the SF90 Stradale to shreds would be an understatement

Mat Watson from Carwow and Rimac’s CEO, Mate Rimac, met on the drag strip for a race between the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and the Rimac Nevera

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is powered by a 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V-8 engine and three electric motors that make 1,000 horses and 590 pound-feet of torque combined

The Rimac Nevera, on the other hand, comes with a quad-motor setup that churns out 1,914 horses and 1,741 pound-feet of torque combined

The SF90 Stradale weighs 3,900 pounds, whereas the Nevera weighs 4,739 pounds, over 800 pounds heavier than the Ferrari

Despite this, the Nevera takes just 1.85 seconds to sprint from 0-60 mph as opposed to the SF90 Stradale's 2.5 seconds

Mat Watson from Carwow and Rimac’s CEO, Mate Rimac, met on the drag strip for a race between the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and the Rimac Nevera

In all the drag and rolling races, the Nevera obliterated the SF90 Stradale without any mercy

The Ferrari managed to start well off the line in almost all the races, but within a couple of seconds, it was left to dust by the Rimac

In one of the races, the Nevera actually set an unofficial quarter-mile world record for a production car, taking just 8.6 seconds to the finish line

The only saving grace for the Ferrari was the brake test wherein it managed to stop in almost the same distance as the Nevera from 75 mph

Swipe up and check out this "must-watch" video because you don't see a Ferrari being ripped to shreds on a race strip quite often

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